Here’s Every SLAYER Album Ranked From Worst To Best, According To Loudwire

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Folks from Loudwire have ranked every SLAYER album from worst to best.

Loudwire stated: “Are you ready for a fight? Because that will be the inevitable outcome as we proceed to rank the 11 studio albums in SLAYER’s incredible discography, which, despite the band’s occasional tinkering over the years, remains the living definition of thrash metal.”

List can be seen below. For comments on each album, check original source.

11. ‘Diabolus in Musica’ (1998)

10. ‘Divine Intervention’ (1994)

9. ‘World Painted Blood’ (2009)

8. ‘Repentless’ (2015)

7. ‘God Hates Us All’ (2001)

6. ‘Christ Illusion’ (2006)

5. ‘Show No Mercy’ (1983)

4. ‘Hell Awaits’ (1985)

3. ‘South of Heaven’ (1988)

2. ‘Seasons in the Abyss’ (1990)

1. ‘Reign in Blood’ (1986)

SLAYER played its final show of their farewell tour last November at the Forum in Los Angeles. One day later, Kerry‘s wife, Ayesha, said that there is “not a chance in hell” that the thrash metal icons will reunite for more shows.

SLAYER‘s longtime manager Rick Sales spoke about the band’s decision to embark on its farewell tour in a new interview with

“The band has always had a lot of integrity,” he said, adding that “there are a couple things that go on. I totally get that they made a decision to stop touring. That doesn’t mean the end of the band. It’s just the end of touring. I always thought of it as, ‘You go out on top.’ They made that decision. They’re not milking it. From that standpoint, I get it and they made the right choice.”

Kristen Mulderig, who works with SLAYER‘s management company, Rick Sales Entertainment Group, says there will still be more stuff from the band in the future.

“We’re in legacy mode. which is a lot to do, even though they won’t be making records or on the road. They still have their endorsers, there’s still merch and branding to do — sync licenses and who knows? Maybe coming up with some sort of event that is SLAYER-based. This is all stuff we’re thinking about and talking about. SLAYER lives on, absolutely.”